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    • May 17, 2016

    Remote patient monitoring solutions

    This blog was authored by Mark Nadeski and Prajakta Desai The world of patient care is evolving to the point where the most important features in today’s patient monitors are mobility, ease of use and effortless patient data transfer. Incorpora...
    • May 12, 2016

    Meet Mongoose, your new IoT middleware

    This blog was authored by Deomid Ryabkov, Software Engineer, Cesanta Mongoose is one of the most widely used embedded web servers and multi-protocol networking libraries available. Engineers use it as an Internet of Things (IoT) middleware, solving ...
    • May 9, 2016

    Wittra brings the Internet of “moving” Things powered by Sub-1 GHz and Bluetooth® low energy

    Guest blog by Warwick Taws, chief technology officer, Wittra Most of us can see the “Internet of Things (IoT) revolution” coming. It’s a fragmented landscape, with no dominant standard in any part of the technology chain. This can make it difficult to find where each of us fit into the overall ecosystem – how can we monetize...
    • May 5, 2016

    Driving non-consumer markets with TI’s dual-mode Bluetooth® module

    What do you think of when you hear Bluetooth ®? Headphones that stream music using Bluetooth or fitness step trackers that send wireless data to your phone? How about industrial use cases? As Bluetooth grows and develops it is expanding into more spaces, not only audio and phone data, but in areas where their reliability and robustness is vital...
    • Apr 13, 2016

    Enabling Wi-Fi® and Bluetooth® connectivity on RTOS

    This blog was authored by Trish Messiter, CEO, Clarinox Technologies Pty Ltd Have you ever thought that it would be nice to maintain just one wireless application even though you have multiple target hardware/software (MCU/MPU; OS/RTOS)? In the busyness that characterizes today’s product development and maintenance cycles, is there really...
    • Mar 10, 2016

    What’s new with TI Bluetooth low energy? See it all at Bluetooth World 2016

    Bluetooth® low energy technology is undergoing major enhancements that will enable a wide range of Internet of Things (IoT) applications from connected homes to connected cars to factory automation to asset and people locationing and tracking. Th...
    • Feb 23, 2016

    Stay up-to-date with latest WiLink 8™ R8.6 service pack

    The WiLink™ 8 native Linux® connectivity package (NLCP) last major release is getting an update. This is the first service pack for the R8.6 version for our WiLink 8 Wi-Fi® + Bluetooth® combo-connectivity devices since July of 2015. This service pack increases the robustness and stability of your end product while providing more features...
    • Feb 17, 2016

    The dual-mode Bluetooth® module you’ve been waiting for is here

    It’s here! Our new dual-mode Bluetooth ® CC2564 module ( CC2564MODA ) enables developers to get their simple, low-power connectivity solutions to market quickly and easily. Featuring an integrated antenna and the flexibility to support multiple microcontrollers (MCUs) and microprocessors (MPUs), the module delivers best-in-class range and...
    • Feb 4, 2016

    WiLink™ 8 modules light up the industrial IoT night

    Wireless connectivity technologies are widely used in consumer market all around us. Today, these opportunities are also in reach of the industrial market, replacing the standard cables of the past. The concept of the industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) has become increasingly popular over the last few years. Recently, the TI WiLink™ 8 Wi-Fi...
    • Jan 26, 2016

    Get connected with WEPTECH's 6LoWPAN IoT gateway solution

    Guest blog post by Sarah Nett, Weptech, www.weptech.de/contact.html What is the problem you are solving and how? WEPTECHs 6LoWPAN Internet of Things (IoT) gateway provides an affordable, open-source-based solution for connecting 802.1.5.4 based 6LoWPAN-based IoT networks to the Internet. The use of NAT64 allows addressing IPv4 servers from...